To many, mathematics is a cold and inhuman pursuit with abstract symbols, unbending laws and sterile logic. we should help the child understand that part of being human is having a mathematical mind and that we make mathematics every time we move, think, work or play. The foundation of our mathematical mind is to idealise the world e.g. the idealisation of form leads to the study of geometry.To further our understanding, basic intellectual skills area also necessary, such as judging relatitive amounts of degrees and perceiving exactness. The practical and sensorial activities prepare the child for the study of Mathematics. The mathematical activities include introduction to numbers, the decimal system, teens, tens and counting, arithmetic tables and abstraction.